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wednesday. >>> the united states has switched its patent law to a first to file system. this basically means that the invent irwho makes the first application can obtain the pat ents. the u.s. government revised the procedures to harmonize the systems in japan and european countries. attention is focused on how the change will affect pat ents lawsuits and the business strategies of companies operating in the u.s. >>> tens of thousands of people in iraq have staged an anti-u.s. rallies ahead of the 10th anniversary of the invasion of the country on march 20th. the protesters gathered in the central city in response to an appeal by those supporting al sadr. they condemn the u.s. led war which is believed to have killed over 100,000 civilians. they cite an insufficient amount of electricity. security remains unstable in the war torn country. terrorist attacks and violence continue as well as political divisions among sectarian groups >>> japan has won broad approval from african countries for a declaration to be announced in june. an outline was presented on saturday at a meeting f. it brought
, human trafficking, and domestic violence. it calls on governments to provide laws that treats sexual violence as crime to better redress the victims and to educate people about violence against women. the commission last forecast on ending violence against women a decade ago but failed to reach a consensus. some countries were opposed to treating domestic violence as a crime. people close to the commission called the unanimous adoption epoch-making. >>> cyprus is about to become the fifth eurozone nation to receive an eu bailout. euro zone finance ministers have agreed to provide the island state with about $13 billion in financial assistance. it comes as cyprus is struggling to cope with the effects of the european credit crisis. 17 eurozone finance ministers struck a deal on the rescue package at the meeting in brussels on saturday. the international monetary fund will be among the creditors. but lenders have set some tough conditions. they are calling on cyprus to increase corporate taxes and privatize state-owned firms. they're also demanding a tax on the bank deposits which woul
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